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America in the Olympics: What You Need To Know

The Olympics is a time to cheer on our newest and oldest favorite athletes. It is a time when American spirit is at a high. Many love the Olympics for its record-breaking, jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring performances that leave people both excited and proud of their country. As the Olympic flame is lit, and…

Educators with Guns; and Kicks; and Punches: Training Educators for the “Real Thing”

Educators take turns utilizing the “attack” portion of RCAT. In wake of recent events around the country, a local initiative involving martial arts and Krav Maga has occurred. Educators congregated in the South Green Elementary School gymnasium to learn the basics of how to handle and carry-out an active shooter situation.  …

The Special Olympics

This article was submitted by a BCHS FMD student. The article was submitted to the Trojan Times on part of Emily’s teacher Jenny Harbison and Instructional Assistant Teresa Martin. Emily is a junior at BCHS. We hope you enjoy this article and feel free to leave comments for Emily! This…

Five Foolproof Steps To Get Your Ex Back

Has your girlfriend Jessica finally left you for that handsome, flawless boy named Adam she never stopped talking about? Or did your S.O. do the scadaddle because “It’s not you, it’s me”? Well, we’ve got some sick tips – and maybe even tricks – to get your boo back this…

2017: A Year in Memes

If 2017 could be summed up in one word, it would probably be “disastrous”. From Hurricane Harvey in Texas, to wildfires in California, to a rocky new presidency, and a mass shooting in Las Vegas, the tragedies just kept coming. Through all the hard times one thing never failed; the…